network connections listening show

Show the listening connections in this cluster

Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The network connections listening show command displays information about network connections that are in an open and listening state.

Parameters

{ [-fields <fieldname>, ...]
If you specify the -fields <fieldname>, ... parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.
| [-instance ]}
If you specify the -instance parameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.
[-node {<nodename>|local}] - Node
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-mgmt-cid <integer>] - Management Connection ID
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-vserver <vserver>] - Vserver
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-cid <integer>] - System Connection ID
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-lif-name <lif-name>] - Logical Interface Name
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-local-address <IP Address>] - Local IP Address
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-local-port <integer>] - Local Port
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-remote-ip <InetAddress>] - Remote IP Address
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-remote-host <Remote IP>] - Remote Host
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-remote-port <integer>] - Remote Port
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-proto {UDP|TCP}] - Protocol
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value. Possible values include tcp (TCP), udp (UDP), and NA (not applicable).
[-lifid <integer>] - Logical Interface ID
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.
[-service <protocol service>] - Protocol Service
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value. Possible values include: nfs, iscsi, and loopback.
[-lru {yes|no}] - Least Recently Used
Selects the listening connections that match this parameter value.

Examples

The following example displays information about all listening network connections:

cluster1::> network connections listening show
Vserver Name Interface Name:Local Port  Protocol/Service
------------ -------------------------- -----------------
node0        cluslif1:7700              UDP/rclopcp
node0        cluslif2:7700              UDP/rclopcp
node1        cluslif1:7700              UDP/rclopcp
node1        cluslif2:7700              UDP/rclopcp
node2        cluslif1:7700              UDP/rclopcp
node2        cluslif2:7700              UDP/rclopcp
node3        cluslif1:7700              UDP/rclopcp
node3        cluslif2:7700              UDP/rclopcp
8 entries were displayed.

The following example displays detailed information about listening network connections for the node named node0:

cluster1::> network connections listening show -node node0
          Node: node0
Management Connection Id: 0
  System Connection Id: 0
         Vserver: vs0
 Logical Interface Name: datalif1
    Local IP address: 192.0.2.130
       Local Port: 111
    Remote IP address:
       Remote Port: 0
        Protocol: UDP
  Logical Interface Id: 1029
    Protocol Service: port_map
   least recently used: yes
          Node: node0
Management Connection Id: 1
  System Connection Id: 0
         Server: vs0
 Logical Interface Name: datalif2
    Local IP address: 192.0.2.131
       Local Port: 111
    Remote IP address: 
       Remote Port: 0
        Protocol: UDP
  Logical Interface Id: 1030
    Protocol Service: port_map
   least recently used: yes